EHF Marketing GmbH
WHO WE ARE
The EHF Marketing GmbH is the marketing arm and subsidiary of the European Handball Federation. The company works closely with marketing and media partners as well as Europe’s leading clubs to release the full potential of handball on the international sports market.
The EHF Marketing is responsible for the exploitation, organisation and promotion of the European club handball competitions including the EHF Champions League and EHF European League.
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EHF MARKETING STRUCTURE
The EHF Marketing GmbH is based in Vienna, Austria. The office now has a staff of more than 20 sports professionals from numerous European nations, working in the areas of marketing and sales, events, clubs and administration, implementation and venue management, media, content, and business intelligence.
Since 2016 David Szlezak acts as Managing Director of the EHF Marketing GmbH.
THE EHF CLUB COMPETITIONS
EHF Champions League
The EHF Champions League was introduced in 1993 and is the most important club handball competition for men's and women’s teams in Europe and involves the leading teams from the top European nations. Since the 2009/10 season the semi-finals and final of the EHF Champions League are played over the course of one weekend. The EHF FINAL4 Men is held in the LANXESS arena in Cologne and the EHF FINAL4 Women in the MVM Dome in Budapest.
EHF European League
The EHF European League was introduced in 2020 and replaced the EHF Cup as the second-tier competition of European club handball. The semi-finals and final of the EHF European League are played over the course of one weekend. The first ever EHF Finals Men were played in the SAO Arena in Mannheim, Germany in 2021. The first edition of the EHF FINALS Women was hosted in Baia Mare, Romania.
EHF European Cup
The EHF European Cup was introduced in 2020 and is the third-tier competition of European club handball, after the EHF Champions League and the EHF European League. In 1993 the EHF City Cup was founded; it was renamed EHF Challenge Cup in 2000 and since the 2020/21 season now holds the official competition name EHF European Cup.
Join the EHF Marketing Team
All job offers from the European Handball Federation and the EHF Marketing GmbH can be found on the career page.